5 GEL (round trip)
You can most likely try to bargain and negotiate a lower price, but there is one important fact to keep in mind. This amount goes to the maintenance of the cable car. If enough tourists use the cable car, the local community will no longer have to pay for it. We sincerely believe that an extra couple of GEL (local currency/ lari) will not ruin us as tourists, and will support the local population.
On the other side of the Khulo cable car is a picturesque typical Adjarian village called Tago. You don’t want to miss out on these views! There is a small cafe next to the cable car, but if you go to the observation point, you can see Glamping Tago, which has a unique yurt restaurant with the most varied vegetarian menu! (Very unexpected, isn’t it? Lol)
On our behalf, we can add that having done this way, it is worth giving a chance to our restaurant in Glamping Tago. The concept of the restaurant aims to bring the guests together. Moreover, for all dishes prepared in the restaurant only local products are used. So you can also “taste” the local culture!
The cable car works from 9:00 – 6:00 p.m. When and from where the cable car moves during those hours depends on the number of people who want to use the cable car.
The Khulo cable car takes a one-hour break between 13h00 – 14h00. So it’s best to take this into account to avoid being stuck in Tago (which won’t be that bad).
Taking good pictures in the cable car cabin itself will be difficult. The windows in the cable car are not very clear. But you can ask the operator to open the doors to take crystal clear shots (but this is certainly not for the faint of heart people)!
But there is good news too! At the end of the road, you will arrive at the village where Glamping Tago is located. There are a huge number of open photo zones here, and regardless of the weather, you can catch beautiful shots!